Three People, Four Pairs of Legs
So, let’s do some math, now, people. There are four heads, so it’s safe to assume that there are four people on this inflatable raft. And with three people, there should be three pairs of legs, or six legs, if none of the people photographed here are missing their limbs. And that certainly appears to be the case.
Then can someone please explain where the fourth pair of legs are from? They’re just shooting up in the air as if it were the most normal thing in the world. The other people aren’t perplexed about the disembodied lower body in the shot at all.